The Alaska Raptor Center, a 501(C)3 non-profit organization, is a raptor rehabilitation center dedicated to the rehabilitation of wild birds, education, and research. Each year we see between 100 and 200 wild birds, with Bald Eagles being our specialty. Education programs are done on site. Located on 17 acres of forested land in the Tongass National Forest we house educational habitats as well as a state-of-the-art bald eagle flight-training center. Resident birds include eagles, hawks, owls and falcons. The Alaska Raptor Center does not receive any federal, state or local tax money. Funding is provided through visitor programs, donations, memberships, gift shop and catalog sales, grants and private contributions. Approximately 2,500 members worldwide help the Center accomplish its mission of rehabilitation, education and research.
Your generous donations help to provide:
•Care and treatment of more than 200 sick and injured raptors each year.
•Raptor education programs for thousands of children and adults nationwide.
•Specialized training in raptor medicine, surgery, and rehabilitation.
•Ongoing research and conservation efforts on behalf of birds of prey and other avian species.
Thank you for your generous support!
You can also donate by phone.
Does Your Employer Participate in Matching Gift Donations?
Ask your employer about MATCHING GIFTS. Some companies will match your donation to the Alaska Raptor Center, doubling your donation. To find out more about what your employer offers, contact your personnel office and ask them for a Gift Matching Donation Form. Please mail this form along with our Donation form to the Alaska Raptor Center, 1000 Raptor Way, Sitka, Alaska 99835.